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right now at 11:00 one of the biggest evacuations in history. >> hurricane matthew threatening millions from south florida to north carolina. the governor is urging everyone not to let their the strongest hurricane to hit florida in a decade. >> good evening to you and to you at home. it's already been a historic storm, the longest major hurricane in october in more than 50 years. it's frustrated us with the tract and tonight it has shown signs of
temporary situation. winds holding at 115 miles an hour moving at 12 miles per hour and tonight it heads for central bahamas. it will stay there for the next 24 hours on its way to central florida, a place that has never seen a hurricane. the native americans national hurricane center has advisory but the new track information has not not yet hit our -- has not yet hit our system and been deseminated. it will move over warm water and
strangen. json ville and west -- jacksonville and west palm beach has never seen a hurricane. it is doing to find dry up around north carolina. it will get close to our coastline and makes that turn as we head into the weekend. key points slowing weakening. no drastic changes tonight but we still have a hurricane that will be close to the north and south carolina coastline as we head into the weekend. we expect minor impacts west and north of the triangle. possibly one to three inches everywhere else. as you
whats. we'll -- changes. we'll keep you updates on those coming up in just a few minutes the brunt of the storm will spare most of our states. a manned dare evacuation took effect nor nonresidents for early this morning. our guard down yet. michael. > >> reporter: the shifts we saw in the tracks today were encouraging to the people here today coordinating the emergency response. today we got a firsthand look on how emergency
the threat posed to hurricane matthew is mag that identified. >> we're -- magnify. >> reporter: changes in the storm's track keeps it off the coast. >> we're going to be in pretty good shape but we want to urge people to be very careful >> reporter: the national guard is david leery showed us how vehicles like this one could be used to save people's lives. >> we're staged across the state with teams to set up with anything like that. >> it's capable of going through two and a half feet of water for up to 15 minutes at a time. >> we can pull people out of a
in talks with officials in south carolina to send resources there if needed. >> it's unextremely slow moving hurricane, a little unpredictable. >> reporter: the governor has a conference call scheduled tomorrow with the governors of georgia and south carolina and the head guards. >> michael thank you. one of those areas the governor is urging not to let your guards down is the coastal regions. a slight change in the path could change things significantly. johnathan, what are the plan there is tonight? >> reporter: that's the good news, no mandatory evacuations for this stretch of the coast
new happen overactivated their emergency services. they're going to meet tomorrow at 10:00 and look at the track and see how to move guard. they're going to watch -- forwards. they're going to continue to watch it. >> reporter: vacations. for some big storms bring the rush of a big surge. >> an average day right here is better than usual. it's fun to see what a storm bring >> don't let your guard down yet. this storm is not something to be taken for granted at this point.
i think it's better. >> reporter: as night fell anglers heard the fish were biting. they're willing to ride out whatever come >> we were out here in 40 to 50-mile an hour winds and there were still fish we were catching. >> reporter: they're all ready in >> tomorrow they'll decide whether to close school on friday. that's one thing we'll keep an eye on. the fire department is riding up and down the beach keeping their eye on things. we'll be out here through the evening and tomorrow keeping you updated from the coast. >> jonathan thank you. the
next 24 hours. governor rick scott has issued an emergency like clair ration in 26 -- declarations in 26 counties. he has suspended tolls and urging everyone to get out. >> if you know you're going to evacuate, don't wait. get out now. >> it prompted the implement lane reversal on major highways. governor haley urging people not leaving to stay vigilant. >> i continue to ask you to pray for your neighbors and take care of each other. try and heed what everybody is doing. >> there's opinion a rush on gas stations in south carolina but
should not be any concerns over shortage in fuel. a. j. talks with fema officials here in north carolina to see how they're preparing >> reporter: what i found out is fema officials have been down in raleigh and fayetteville all week. they tell me their main focuis might be affected by the storm. trucks from across the country were pulling into fort braggg. >> these drugs -- fort bragg. >> these trucks have blankets, water, those types of supplies. >> matt is working in fayetteville this week. he said
location for a fast response. >> we need to be prepared to bring any of these resources to any of the impacted states >> reporter: it may not look like much now but over the next few days more trucks with more resource also continue to arrive at fort bragg in preparation for hurricane matthew. >> we've been working in preparation for the m impossible to know how exactly the storm will b county impa pact us but -- impact us but fema wants to be ready for anything the storm brings. the tangible resources, fema will bring mobile units down to
assistance. they'll be working 24 hours a day for the rest of the week right here in raleigh the hurricane hunters are monitoring the storm flying right over it. we'll show you how the hunter fly through the storm and how they evaluate the accused of stealing top secret information. what he took and how his lawyers are defending him next
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a funeral fit for a hero. six-year-old jacob hall, the young boy wh being shot in townville, south carolina. his parents asked everyone to pay their respects by dressing up like a hero because their little boy loved them so much. >> our message is from jay job, take it and learn to be a better husband, father, brother, a
six-year-old boy become such a part of our lives that this community shows the rest of the world what love is all about. >> the back in our state an orange county jury heard details of a drunk driving case for the wrong way down i-85. witnesses were heard from. the crash victim wrs on their way back home from charlotte after doing to a family memorial service. >> was you were involved with
payment. >> the trial is expected to last two weeks. a major blow to the nsa. a contractor is accused of stealing highly classified information. harold martin of marijuana -- maryland was arrested today. he said he ha 16 deaths from hurricane matthew so far. the hardest hit southern peninsula remains unaccessible and cut off from communication. this is storm video from cuba.
strongest in over a decade. people are covering their windows with steal and moving plants inside. the storm is expect today be a category five as it approaches on friday. today jeff patterson flew with the experts above the powerful storm. >> this gulf stream nicknamed gonzo. the crew is dedicated to predicting the path of hurricane and they let me sit on board today. it's a job this entire team this -- team makes a
gentleman may da a, around cubbish jamaica and around cuba and back. >> we collect temperature, humidity, wind speed and pressure. >> the information gathered here will help predict the path of matthew and improve >> we hope we get the right data to the right people to get the right information. >> reporter: as we cruised at 40 to 45,000 feet above the storm they allowed me to drop one of the drop signs. it's a cone
the noah hurricane hunters no that drop is critical. >> the flip side is making sure the right people leave and the people that don't have to leave don't leaf. >> reporter: every night at 5:00 and 11:00 before you go from the drop cap sells. >> yeah. we talked to one of those crew members and he told us what it was like. that story is on our web site. there were three didn't planes out there investigationing the storm. the more information we have the better our forecast could be. this has been a very
words we all will use. we'll get that new information. there is a hurricane hunter aircraft measuring 115 miles per hour winds. it has slowed a little bit. it is moving northwest at 10. the pressure has come down a bit. that's telling us the storm is about to get stronger. securitied showers for us maybe a small chance tomorrow. the heavier rains and stronger winds will be here on saturday mainly south of the triangle. there was a small shift to the west. our changes aren't going to be as drastic as we had this
gusts 30 to 40-miles an hour. not significant like they're about to get in florida. hopefully you've got to enjoy our fall-like weather. we'll do it again tomorrow we'll get to low 70s. we're going to struggle to get out of the 60s. our native americans small rain chance tomorrow comes hurricane matthew barreling through the bahamas for the next 24 hours before it heads for florida. this is the updatedded output of tonight. all in agreement heading to the east coast of florida. this particular part of florida has
the computer models haven't moved much tonight but a lot of them want to bring a u-turn at some point. when is that going to help, down here in georgia or north carolina? so that's what we're going to try to figure out in the next 24 hours. it's increasing into a category four florida and hugging the coast. it's going to right along adjacent to the coastline all the way from florida, georgia all the way up the east coast. the cone is getting more narrow. host of our viewing area out of the cone. we'll have some impacts. friday scattered
the storm itself. the heaviest of rain reaching our area saturday morning maybe not making it to the triangle. that is going to fluctuate as well. the heaviest of rain moves out saturday evening. the strongest winds will arrive saturday night mainly in the sandhills. impacts, y impacts. torment we have clouds and temperatures in the low 70s. friday is just the scattered showers, saturday the heavier rain with gustwindan we dry out and clear up on sunday and another cold front will get us even chillier some of us will be
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it's going to take all of us out there to know our roles and do our job. >> cam newton still not cleared to practice due to a concussion. >> the canes getting a shoot out. carolina 3-buffalo 2. back at pnc arena hosting washington saturday night. decided not to go to a nine- game schedule. each team is required to play one non-conference contest against a power five o poppet.
it's a positive. you get the attention, but i think it's better for this team that hopefully we get more attention because of that, but i'm going to deflect on my teammates because i'm only doing as well and only in the position i've in because of saturday over virginia. >> only four games in our area are slated to be played on their normal night. most schools not to play in conditions although the friday forecast is not forecasted as bad as before.
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